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1. Finance Building Finance Building Postcard of the Finance Building at 10th and Baltimore

2. Godfrey Swenson Godfrey Swenson 1938 Biographical sketch of Godfrey Swenson, president of the Swenson Construction Company in the Victor Building. Born in Sweden in 1876 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1896 as a stonemason, establishing...

3. SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection 1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...

4. Victor Building Victor Building Postcard of the Victor Building

5. Victor Building Victor Building Postcard of the Victor Building

6. Victor Building Victor Building Full frontal and side view; located on northwest corner of 10th and Main. Also shows streetcar in foreground on 10th Street.

7. Victor Building Victor Building Full frontal and side view.

8. Victor Building Victor Building Postcard of the Victor Building

9. Victor Building Entrance Victor Building Entrance February, 1930 View of J.W. Stork, E.F. McElroy, L.F. Nelson, E.J. Rychel standing at outside entrance to building.

10. Victor H. Laederich Victor H. Laederich February 6, 1949 Victor H. Laederich built and gave his first name to the Victor Building, northwest corner of 10th and Main Streets.

11. What Was the Old Victor Building? What Was the Old Victor Building? January 7, 1996 Built by Victor H. Laederich in 1908, it was the narrowest of the early downtown buildings, with the frontage along Main Street measuring just 27.5 feet wide. The entrance was on 10th Street where it extended...